Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus stated that the GOP will win the 2014 midterm elections because they will “tattoo” the “toxic” state of Obamacare to Democrats’ foreheads.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says his Republican Party needs to “show up” in places that aren’t traditional GOP strongholds such as Hispanic and black communities if it wants to expand its reach.
The health care law’s seemingly endless problems are giving congressional Republicans a much-needed boost of energy, helping them to move past the government-shutdown debacle and focus on a theme for next year’s elections.
Electability and pragmatism won. Ideology and purity lost.
Rep. Peter King wants even the Boy Scouts to know he’s upset with his Republican Party.
The star of “Raising McCain” says her father is “depressed” over the current political state.
A slice of corporate America thinks Tea Partyers have overstayed their welcome in Washington and should be shown the door in next year’s congressional elections.
Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to stop fighting the legality of New Jersey same-sex marriages paves the way for gays to wed in the Democratic-leaning state. But it also reflects the Republican’s effort to cast himself as the pragmatic leader of a welcoming GOP while running for re-election and considering a White House bid.
Lawmakers and strategists from the Republican Party’s establishment are lashing out at tea partyers and congressional conservatives whose unflinching demands triggered the 16-day partial government shutdown and sent the GOP’s popularity plunging to record lows.
Will there ever be harmony within the halls of Congress?